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List of metropolitan areas in Sweden

Sweden has three metropolitan areas consisting of the areas surrounding the three largest cities, Stockholm and Malmö. The statistics have been retrieved from Statistics Sweden and the statistics released November 10, 2014; the official land area for each municipality have been retrieved from Statistics Sweden, the agency that defines these areas. Metropolitan Stockholm, is a metropolitan area surrounding the Swedish capital of Stockholm. Since 2005, Metropolitan Stockholm is defined by official Swedish Statistics as all of Stockholm County, it is the largest of the three metropolitan areas in Sweden. Metropolitan Stockholm is divided into 5 areas: Stockholm City Centre, Söderort, Västerort of Stockholm Municipality. 1 km22 Population per km2 Metropolitan Gothenburg, is a metropolitan area surrounding the city of Gothenburg in Sweden. The metropolitan region is located in Västra Götaland County, except for the municipality of Kungsbacka, located to the south in Halland County; as of 2005, the municipalities of Alingsås and Lilla Edet were added to the region.

The region is used for statistical measures, estimates in the 1960s predicted that the region would have about one million inhabitants in the year 2000. The region is the second largest metropolitan area in Sweden after Metropolitan Stockholm. 1 km22 Population per km2 Greater Malmö known as Metropolitan Malmö is the metropolitan area of Malmö in Sweden. The area is located in Southwestern Scania, considered synonymous with Greater Malmö, it is part of the wider transnational Öresund Region. Besides Malmö, large towns in Greater Malmö includes Lund and Trelleborg, the former of, the seat of the historical Catholic Archdiocese of Lund. Since the 1970s, improvements in highways and the regional and InterRegio train networks means the commuting area has grown to include Ystad, Skurup, Sjöbo, Eslöv, Höör, Landskrona and Helsingborg, though only some of these are included in official definitions of Greater Malmö. It's not uncommon to live in Malmö and work either in Ystad or Helsingborg, or vice versa, but these towns have kept their mental allegiance with older divisions of Scania.

Commuting across the Öresund has become more common, both through the Øresund Bridge and the HH Ferry route, at which car ferries departs every 12 minutes in summer. Statistics Sweden, which sets the official definitions for all metropolitan areas in Sweden, has changed which municipalities are included in Greater Malmö over time; the most recent change to the definition came in 2006, when Eslöv, Höör, Skurup Municipalities became part of Greater Malmö, bringing the number of municipalities included from 9 to 12. Largest metropolitan areas in the Nordic countries List of the most populated municipalities in the Nordic countries List of metropolitan areas in Europe Stockholm urban area Largest urban areas of the European Union

A Sucessora (TV series)

A Sucessora was a Brazilian telenovela written by Manoel Carlos based on the homonym novel published by Carolina Nabuco in 1934. It was aired from 9 October 1978 to 2 March 1979, comprised 125 episodes and starred Suzana Vieira, Rubens de Falco, Nathalia Timberg; the story follows the experiences of protagonist Marina, a young country bumpkin who marries the mysterious and charismatic widower Roberto Stein, a fabulously wealthy businessman living in 1920s Rio de Janeiro. As Marina attempts to acclimate to her new marriage and responsibilities, she discovers that Stein's late wife, still seems to have a strong hold over the household. Despite her new husband's affection for her, Marina is nonetheless threatened by Alice's presence, made conspicuous through her old maid's obsessions and her intimidating portrait. "Ontem ao Luar" - Fafá de Belém "Santa Maria" - Hermes Aquino "Odeon" - Nara Leão "Mal-me-quer" - Maria Creusa "Como Se Fosse" - Lucinha Araújo "Gadu Namorando" - Os Carioquinhas A Sucessora on IMDb

Law and Justice

Law and Justice is a national-conservative, Christian democratic and right-wing populist political party in Poland, a member of the European Conservatives and Reformists Party. With 198 seats in the Polish Sejm and 48 in the Senate, PiS is the largest political party in the Polish parliament; the current twenty-five PiS MEPs sit in the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament. The party was founded in 2001 by the Kaczyński twins and Jarosław, as a centrist and Christian democratic party, it was formed from part of the Solidarity Electoral Action, with the Christian democratic Centre Agreement forming the new party's core. The party won the 2005 election. Law and Justice formed coalition with far-right League of Polish Families and populist Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland. Jarosław served as Prime Minister, before calling elections in 2007, in which the party came in second to Civic Platform. In these elections PiS lost most of the moderate electorate and took over voters from former coalition members and turned to nationalism and populism.

League of Polish Families and Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland had no longer members in parliament. Several leading members, including sitting president Lech Kaczyński, died in a plane crash in 2010; the party programme is dominated by the Kaczyńskis' conservative and order agenda. It has embraced economic interventionism, while maintaining a conservative stance that in 2005 moved towards the Catholic Church; the party is solidarist and mildly Eurosceptic, shares similar political tactics with Hungary's Fidesz but with anti-Russian stances. The party was created on a wave of popularity gained by late president of Poland Lech Kaczyński while heading the Polish Ministry of Justice in the AWS-led government, although local committees began appearing from 22 March 2001; the AWS itself was created from a diverse array of many small political parties. In the 2001 general election, PiS gained 44 seats in the lower chamber of the Polish Parliament with 9.5% of votes. In 2002, Lech Kaczyński was elected mayor of Warsaw.

He handed the party leadership to his twin brother in 2003. In the 2005 general election, PiS took first place with 27.0% of votes, which gave it 155 out of 460 seats in the Sejm and 49 out of 100 seats in the Senate. It was universally expected that the two largest parties, PiS and Civic Platform, would form a coalition government; the putative coalition parties had a falling out, related to a fierce contest for the Polish presidency. In the end, Lech Kaczyński won the second round of the presidential election on 23 October 2005 with 54.0% of the vote, ahead of Donald Tusk, the PO candidate. After the 2005 elections, Jarosław should have become Prime Minister. However, in order to improve his brother's chances of winning the presidential election, PiS formed a minority government headed by Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz as prime minister, an arrangement that turned out to be unworkable. In July 2006, PiS formed a right-wing coalition government with the agrarian populist Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland and the nationalist League of Polish Families, headed by Jarosław Kaczyński.

Association with these parties, on the margins of Polish politics affected the reputation of PiS. When accusations of corruption and sexual harassment against Andrzej Lepper, the leader of Self-Defence, surfaced, PiS chose to end the coalition and called for new elections. In the 2007 general election, PiS managed to secure 32.1% of votes. Although an improvement over its showing from 2005, the results were a defeat for the party, as Civic Platform gathered 41.5%. The party won 166 out of 39 seats in Poland's Senate. On 10 April 2010, its former leader crash. Jarosław Kaczyński becomes the sole leader of the party, he was the presidential candidate in the 2010 elections. The party won the 2015 parliamentary election, this time with an outright majority—something no Polish party had done since the fall of Communism. In the normal course of events, this should have made Jarosław Kaczyński prime minister for a second time. However, Beata Szydło, perceived as being somewhat more moderate than Kaczyński, had been tapped as PiS' candidate for prime minister.

The Law and Justice government has been accused of posing a threat to the Polish liberal democratic system by majority of opposition groups. PiS' 2015 victory prompted creation of a cross-party opposition movement, the Committee for the Defence of Democracy. Law and Justice has supported controversial reforms carried out by the Hungarian Fidesz party, with Jarosław Kaczyński declaring in 2011 that "a day will come when we have a Budapest in Warsaw". Proposed 2017 judicial reforms, which according to the party were meant to improve efficiency of the justice system, sparked protest as they were seen as undermining judicial independence; as of December 2017, the draft bill is being amended following a veto from President Andrzej Duda. Law and Justice has been accused by The Economist for undermining democracy and the rule of law and promoting right-wing extremism. However, it still enjoys support from many within the country, as some see it as a force that restored rule of law after the perceived corruption of Civic Platform, exemplified for instance by the inability of the Civic Platform's

2018 WPA World Nine-ball Junior Championship

The 2018 WPA World Junior Nine-ball Championships was the 27th hosting of the Junior World Championship in the pool discipline 9-Ball. The event ran from 31 October to Russia. Under 19 world champion was Yip Kin Ling from Hong Kong. In the final against his countryman Robbie Capito he won 11-10 against last year's finalist. In the Under 17 age group was won by Mahkeal Parris who won the final against the Norwegian Emil Andre Gangfløt 9-6. In the junior women, Chen Chia-hua won the event, winning 9-5 victory against the South Korean Seo Seoa in the final. Defending champion were Sanjin Pehlivanović, Fedor Gorst and Kristina Tkatsch. Gorst was the only champion to attempt to defend their title. While Pehlivanović now played in the Under 19 category, Tkatsch was due to age no longer eligible. All three competitions were first held in the Double-elimination tournament with a Single-elimination tournament from the quarter finals onwards; the events were all played as winner breaks. 2018 WPA World Nine-ball Junior Championship at azbilliards.com

List of Mobile Suit Gundam AGE episodes

This is a list of episodes from the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam AGE. The series premiered on October 9, 2011 on the terrestrial MBS and TBS networks, occupying the networks' noted Sunday 5:00 p.m. schedule. The story of this installment of the Gundam meta-series is divided into four arcs; each of the first three arcs focus on one among three different protagonists who are members of the same family, each one piloting his own version of the eponymous mecha during an interplanetary conflict that spans a whole century. The first arc is set between episodes 1 and 15, with Asu e by Galileo Galilei as its opening song and Kimi no Naka no Eiyū by Minami Kuribayashi as its ending song; the second arc is set between episodes 16 and 28, with "sharp#" by Negoto as its opening song, "My World" by SPYAIR as its ending song. The third arc is set between episodes 29 and 39 with "Real" by ViViD as its opening song, "WHITE Justice" by Faylan as its ending song. A fourth and final arc focusing on all three protagonists at once is set between episodes 40 and 49 with "AURORA" by Aoi Eir as its opening song, "Forget-me-not ~Wasurenagusa~" by FLOWER as its ending song.

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CoCoA

CoCoA is a free computer algebra system developed by the University of Genova, used to compute with numbers and polynomials. The CoCoA Library is available under GNU General Public License. CoCoA has been ported to many operating systems including Macintosh on PPC and x86, Linux on x86, x86-64 & PPC, Solaris on SPARC and Windows on x86. CoCoA is used by researchers, but can be useful for "simple" computations. CoCoA's features include: Very big integers and rational numbers using the GNU Multi-Precision Library Multivariate Polynomials Gröbner basis User interfaces: text. For example, it can compute Gröbner basis and minimal free resolutions, division, the radical of an ideal, the ideal of zero-dimensional schemes, Poincaré series and Hilbert functions, factorization of polynomials, toric ideals; the capabilities of CoCoA and the flexibility of its use are further enhanced by the dedicated high-level programming language. Its mathematical core, CoCoALib, has been designed as an open source C++ library, focussing on ease of use and flexibility.

CoCoALib is based on GNU Multi-Precision Library. CoCoALib is used by ApCoCoA and NmzIntegrate List of computer algebra systems Standard Template Library Official website ApCoCoA, an extension of CoCoA